• Pro Art
  • PROMOTING ART

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On 24-26 October 2017 partners of the project Promoting Art  met in the Fine Arts High School in Gronowo Górne, Poland. The project is co-financed within a framework of Erasmus +  program- Strategic Partnerships.

The partnership is made up of 6 schools from Poland, Slovakia, Latvia, Estonia, Bulgaria and Portugal. The project focuses on the preparation of students of art schools or secondary schools with artistic classes to the profession of the artist and the promotion of art among the inhabitants of our cities. Our students must develop their passion, however, they must understand the needs, requirements and rules governing the current labor market.

 

They need to know how to promote their art, themselves, to be able to sell it or get a job. Contemporary artists should know the art history and the various artistic techniques - present and past, be creative, ready to experiment and know how to pursue their goals. A young artist-student will be able to learn all this  in our project. Residents of our cities will have the opportunity to experience art during numerous exhibitions, happenings or art festivals and workshops organized by our schools.

 

Transnational meeting in Poland - M1

On 13-15 March there was a Promoting Art teachers’ meeting in Pärnu, Estonia. Pärnu Art School hosted project partners from Poland, Portugal, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Latvia, 11 people altogether.
It was the second teachers’ meeting of the project, which focused mainly on students’ visit in April and how to organize it the best way. Representatives also discussed tasks that are already in the making: each country’s film about the art of region, … Also the completed tasks were talked of. The project now has a Facebook group, to share information, and YouTube account, where all the videos of the project can be uploaded. 
Second day of work was purely of getting to know the project’s website. Portuguese partner Claudia introduced the layout of the website and taught others to manage the site so that each country could add their own necessary information to it. 
During these days the headmistress of Pärnu Art School introduced local culture: the art gallery, museum of modern art and museum of Pärnu were visited, also Mary Magdalene Guild, which is the craft centre in Pärnu. The last day was about the capital of Estonia – Tallinn. The group had a walking tour in the old town of Tallinn, where much of medieval architecture has been preserved. 

ProArt project meeting in Bulgaria

On 08-10 May there was a Promoting Art teachers’ meeting in Dobrich. Dimitar Talev Secondary School hosted 11 project partners from Poland, Portugal, Estonia, Slovakia and Latvia.

It was the second teachers’ meeting of the project, which focused mainly on students’ visit in May and how to organize it the best way. Representatives also discussed tasks that are already in the making: each country’s film about the art of region. The project now has a Facebook group, to share information, and YouTube account, where all the videos of the project can be uploaded. The teachers visited Historical museum of Dobrich, St George Church, Ethnographical house, Puppet theatre, Art Gallery, Old Dobrich complex for craftsmen, Archaeological Museum, Cathedral of Varna, Opera house and Theatre, Museum of glass in Beloslav, Museum of puppets.

Transnational meeting in Bulgaria - M3
Transnational meeting in Estonia -M2
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